By default, “Reporting” pages are restricted to Administrators. However, access privileges can be edited to include other member groups, or removed entirely. Click here to read more about changing access privileges.
To find the Reporting page, first log into the frontend and click the “Admin” link in the footer of your site.
From there, browse to the “Reporting” heading. If you don’t see the Admin link, then you probably don’t have permission to view the section. Speak to your Brand or Marketing Team for access or ask the Brand Toolbox Support Team to get connected: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brand Toolbox automatically collects and stores data across all site touchpoints. And as well as keeping a record of every asset and asset version ever downloaded, the Downloads Report also:
To view a list of all the assets and images that have NEVER been downloaded, simply select “Never downloaded” from the date range dropdown list.
To filter your report to compare “Logo” downloads only, just select it from the “File Format” dropdown list. You can also filter any other file type.
The reports are highly customisable.
Brand Toolbox has been collecting valuable brand and user data for over 13yrs — and this data is now integrated into actionable reports.
The reports clearly display valuable site statistics, and coupled with the Google Analytics API, provide detailed and actionable insights.
To link directly to your Google Analytics reports, select the “All other reporting” tab on the Reporting page, and click the “View Google Analytics” button.
For users unfamiliar with Google Analytics, we have provided a list of dashboards below to help you view common reporting tasks.
Search Terms Dashboard
Let’s delve into this a little further with an example:
“Most searched keywords and site terms”
Why is analysing “searched keywords” so important?
Firstly, you need to understand whether those searches return positive results. If not, there is clearly an opportunity to:
If matches are successful, there is still an opportunity to broaden the metadata and keyword set on existing assets to better match those highly searched terms.
In the end, it really is about analysing the information (data) and better servicing your users — making it easier and faster for them to go about their daily work.
If you’re not already using Google Anaytics to gain further insights into how your users are utilising your Brand Toolbox site, talk to our Professional Services team to get connected: email@example.com